Coldplay in Perth: Chris Martin and band leave WA after spectacular double show extravaganza at Optus Stadium

British rockers Coldplay have left Perth Airport destined for Malaysia after a sensational double show spectacle at Optus Stadium.

Diehard fans tried to catch a glimpse of frontman Chris Martin on Tuesday afternoon outside Perth’s international terminal.

“Thanks for coming,” said one supporter, who was wearing an elephant costume similar to the outfit worn in Coldplay’s music video Paradise.

The group of fans was heard chanting Martin’s name as airport security covered the musicians with umbrellas as they exited a blacked-out van.

Band members were seen walking across the tarmac just before 3pm onto a private jet — with Martin and drummer Will Champion spotted by The West.

Martin was wearing a white shirt, cap and headphones as he made one final glance across the hot tarmac before entering the plane. The singer even made the effort to wish one lucky airport staffer a fist bump.

Champion was seen sporting a blue denim overcoat, hat and sunglasses — a toasty outfit considering WA is in the middle of a heat wave.

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